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Author of an Essay on the East India trade
Author of the Essay of ways and means
Author of the Essay on ways and means
Author of Wayes and means
Avenant, Charles D'
Davenant, Charles (Dr)
Double, Thomas (Dr)
Double, Thomas (Mr)
Double, Thomas (Sir)
Essay of ways and means, Author of the
Essay on the East India trade, Author of an
Essay on ways and means, Author of the
Wayes and means, Author of
Banister, John (1630-1679)
Galliard, John Ernest -1747
Great Britain. Commissioners Appointed to Examine, Take, and State the Public Accounts of the Kingdom
Klingenberg, Carl (d. 1757)
Martin, Henry (16..-1721)
North, Dudley (1641-1691)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Tazoe, Kyōji (1925-2009)
Usher, Abbott Payson
Whitworth, Charles Sir, approximately 1721-1778
Wright, Louis Booker (1899-1984)
田添, 京二 (1925-2009)
account of the trade between Great-Britain, France, Holland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Africa, Newfoundland, etc., 1715:, An
Afhandling angående sätt och utvägar, hvarigenom et folk kan winna uti handels-wågen
An account of the trade between Great-Britain, France, Holland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Africa, Newfoundland, &c.
Circe, a tragedy. Charles D'Avenant.
clear demonstration from points of fact that the recovery, preservation, and improvement of Britain's share of the trade to Africa is wholly owning to the industry, care, and application of the Royal African Company, A
conduct of the allies
Considerations on the important benefits to be derived from the East-India Company's building and navigating their own ships
Davenants Afhandling, angående sätt och utvägar, hvarigenom et folk kan winna uti handels-wågen, öfversatt ifrån engelskan. Stockholm, tryckt hos Lor. Ludv. Grefing, 1756.
Dialogue between a Member of Parliament, a divine, a lawyer, a freeholder, a shopkeeper, and a country farmer; or, Remarks on the badness of the market, on our happiness that England is not made the seat of war; on the unhappiness of civil dissentions... with a question... whether England is to be undone for the sake of three men, A
discourse on grants and resumptions and essays on the balance of power, a
discourse upon grants and resumptions. Showing how our ancestors have proceeded with such ministers as have procured to themselves grants of the crown-revenue; and that the forfeited estates ought to be applied towards the payment of the publick debts., A
Discourse upon improving the revenue of the state of Athens..., A
Discourses on the publick revenues and on the trade of England, in two parts... By the author of the "Essay on ways and means". Part I. To which is added a Discourse upon improving the revenue of the State of Athens, written originally in Greck, by Xenophon, and now made English from the original... by another hand. [-Part II. Tho which is added the late Essay on the East-India trade, by the same hand.]
Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England: two parts. Which more immediately treat of the foreign traffick of this Kingdom ...
Dr. D-Nant's prophecys
essay on publick virtue
essay on the east india trade, an
essay on the probable methods of making a people gainers in the balance of trade, an
essay on the ways and means of supplying the war, an
essay upon the government of the English plantations on the conti*. -, An
Essay upon the government of the English plantations on the continent of America, 1701, An
Essay upon the national credit of England, introductory to a proposal prepar'd for establishing the public credit..., An
essay upon the probable methode of making a people gainers in the ballance of trade, etc., An
Essay upon the probable methods of making a people gainers in the ballance of trade... By the author of the "Essay on ways and means"..., An
Essay upon ways and means of supplying the war. The 2d edition, An
essays upon i the balance of power ii the right of making war, peace, and alliances iii universal monarchy
Essays upon: I. The ballance of power. II. The right of making war, peace, and alliances. III. Universal monarchy.
Essays upon peace at home, and war abroad. In two parts. Part I. By Charles D'Avenant, L.L.D
Essays upon the ballance of power, the right of making war, peace and alliances, universal monarchy to which is added an appendix containing the records referr'd to in the second essay
Fairest if thou can'st be kind
growth of economic thought, the
Let nature henceforward neglect
memorial concerning a council of trade, a
memorial concerning the coyn of england
memorial concerning the free trade now tolerated between france and holland
New dialogues upon the present posture of affairs, the species of mony, national debts, publick revenues, bank and East-India Company, and the trade now carried on between France and Holland. Vol. II. By the author of the "Essay on ways and means"
Oft on the troubled ocean's face
old and modern Whig truly represented, The : being a second part of his picture and a real vindication of His Excellency the Earl of Rochester, His Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Ireland ...
political and commercial works of that celebrated writer Charles D'avenant, LL. D. ... Collected and revised by Sir Charles Whitworth ... In five volumes., The
political and commercial works of that celebrated writer Charles D'avenant, LL. D. relating to the trade and revenue of England, the plantation trade, the East-India trade, and African trade, The
postscript to a discourse of credit, and the means and methods of restoring it., A
proposal for settling the trade to Africa in either of the methods after mentioned, A
quarterly journal of economics, the
query whether certain political conjectures and reflections of Dr. Davenant in 1699, be, or be not, applicable to the present crisis, A
Recreacion politica. Reflexiones sobre el Am,igo de los hombres en su Tratado de poblacion, considerado con respecto á nuestros intereses. Obra postuma ... precedida de un Tratado de arismetica politica traducido del ingles.
Reflections upon the constitution and management of the trade to Africa, through the whole course and progress thereof, from the beginning of the last century, to this time... Part II
Reflections upon the constitution and management of the trade to Africa ... Wherein the nature and uncommon circumstances of that trade, are particularly consider'd ; ... Part III.
Remarks on the badness of the market
report to the Honourable the Commissioners for putting in execution the act, intitled, An act, for the taking, examining, and stating the publick accounts of the Kingdom. From Charles Davenant. L.L.D. Inspector General of the Exports and Imports. Part I, A
report to the honourable the commissioners for putting in execution the act intituled An Act for the Taking, Examining, and Stating the Publick Accounts of the Kingdom, A
reports to the … commissioners for … public accounts
Saul and Samuel or, The Common Interest of our King and country ; In an Impartial Address to a Member of Parliament.
Several arguments proving that our trade to Africa cannot be preserved and carried on effectually by any other method than that of a considerable joint-stock with exclusive privileges
Several reasons proving that our trade to Africa cannnot be preserved and carried on effectually by any other method than that of a considerable joint-stock, with exclusive privileges
Several reasons proving, that our trade to Africa, cannot be preserved and carried on effectually by any other method, than that of a considerable joint-stock, with exclusive privileges
Sir Thomas Double at court, and in high preferments. In two dialogues between Sir Thomas Double and Sir Richard Comover, alias Mr. Whiglove, on the 27th of September, 1710 (by Charles Davenant). Part I
Some reflections on a pamphlet intituled England and East-India inconsistent in their manufactures
song sung by Mrs. Thurmond and Mr. Pack in the opera of Circe, A
songs in Circe. -, The
Tom Double return'd out of the country, or the True Picture of a modern whig set forth in a second dialogne between Mr Whiglove and Mr. Double, at the Rummer tavern in Queen-Street (by Charles Davenant)
tom double returned out of the country
Towards Great Britain : commerce & conquest in the thought of Algernon Sidney and Charles Davenant
true picture of a modern whig, set forth in a dialogue between Mr. Whiglove & Mr. Double, two under-spur-leathers to the late ministry, The
True picture of a modern Whig, seth forth in a dialogue between Mr. Whiglove and Mr. Double, two under-spur-leathers to the late ministry (by Charles Davenant), The
true picture of an ancient Tory, The : in a dialogue between Vassal, a Tory, and Freeman, a Whig.
two discourses on the public revenues and trade of england
Two manuscripts, by Charles Davenant. 1. A memorial concerning the coyn of England, November, 1695. II. A memoriall concerning creditt, July 15, 1696. Edited from the manuscripts in the British Museum. With an introduction by Abbott Payson Usher,...
Two manuscripts... I. A Memorial concerning the coyn of England, November, 1695. II. A Memoriall concerning creditt, July 15, 1696...